Grand InterContinental Seoul Parnas
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Babysitting service
- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
- Adult pool
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Greetings from Seoul/Incheon!
Just a quick post to make sure this site works properly on my ipad. So I am in the Seoul airport having just survived the 12 hour flight here. Usually I hit the old one-two punch of red wine and gravol and sleep most of the flight but I only got about 2 hours of shut eye. The plane- scratch that- flying orphanage was brimming with screeching ...
... the instrument is a Gayaguem. The restaurant is famous for Bibimbap so I
ordered my second one. It was very different
than the one served on the plane and delicious with such a variety of side
dishes too - as you can see from the photo.
I was then served a complementary glass of plum wine at the end which
has the syrupy consistency of a dessert wine with a slight hint of cough
mixture going on; strangely pleasant actually.
We meant to find a good cafe in Hongdae while we explore around, however not a particular cafe that caught our eye. What caught our eyes were the desserts around the place, there seemed to be a lot of ice shaving desserts restaurants. We thought we would give that a try to see what the fuzz was about.
One thing I noticed around in Seoul is that a lot of restaurants or cafe were situated in the entire building ...
Well, I was wondering if and when it would happen....and it did. My stomach finally said..."dude. You're killing me." But not before I tore it up here in Seoul. A drop of 60+degrees and a modern cosmopolitan city, I hooked up with my CPK pal BC, who led me on an amazing and comprehensive 3 hour food tour that I'd never be able to do on my own. We caught up on life and ate portions of....everything. Didn't love it all, but much of it ...
... numbers that we wore around our neck.
The security on this mountain is very strict because of its proximity to the Blue House and the attempted assassination in 1968. The attempt was by the North Koreans toward the president of South Korea at the time - Park Chung-hee. It did not succeed, but ever since then they have preserved the bullet holes in the trees where the bullets hit, which we unfortunately didn't get to ...